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How Pandemic Response Can Inform the Path Forward

Wednesday, August 26, 2020
Online webinar

Event Sponsor:
Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University

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COVID-19 is a monumental public health crisis, with a grim toll in lives lost and economies disrupted.  But the pandemic has also produced ripple effects that are challenging social norms and allowing governments and businesses to reimagine how they operate. Climate change impacts are unfolding over a longer time horizon, but are expected to be similarly disruptive and massive in scale. What lessons learned from the pandemic will contribute to a better future? What opportunities have revealed themselves and what will it take for change to last? Join Stanford faculty as they engage each other in conversation around these thought-provoking, interdisciplinary questions informed by approaches in economics, earth system and environmental science, behavior and decision making science, and political science.

There will be optional talkback sessions with each speaker immediately following the webinar. Links for these sessions will be e-mailed the morning of the webinar to all registrants.


Speakers

    Chris Field
    Perry L. McCarty Director, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; Melvin and Joan Lane Professor for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies at Stanford University
    Inês Azevedo
    Associate Professor, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences; Center Fellow, Woods Institute for the Environment
    Rob Jackson
    Michelle and Kevin Douglas Provostial Professor, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences; Center Fellow, Woods Institute for the Environment
    Margaret Levi
    Sara Miller McCune Director, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences; Professor, School of Humanities & Sciences; Center Fellow, Woods Institute for the Environment

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Event Sponsor: 
Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University